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Building from authentic human needs and our capacity to create value, Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) developed ideas to help post-WWI Europe. Associative economic principles offer a solid alternative to conventional capitalism by eliminating speculation, and adding shared risk and reward, as well as full transparency to economic processes. These principles offer insight for social innovators.
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Associative Economics Lab Total Time: 1 hr
IMAGINING ASSOCIATIVE ECONOMICS Participants: Individual Materials: Large sheets of paper, colored pencils/pens/pastels
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